Developing a Research Engaged ApproachPart of the Promoting a Research Engaged Teaching Profession event

Wednesday, 2nd May 2018, 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

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The slides from this event are now available for download here and the coverage by RadioEduTalk can be found here.

The School of Education at the University of Strathclyde is proud to present two events targeting the hot topic of research engagement in Scottish education.

This lecture-based session will take our examination of research engagement up a level and study the concept of a research-engaged education community. It will look at the ways evidence can be used (and abused) in the school system and how its use can become central to a model of professionalism. Professor Wall’s four principles for generating a community of professional learning (published in the GTCS Thinking Scotland magazine, January 2018) will be introduced and used to encourage critical engagement with the challenges for system-wide uptake of a practitioner enquiry approach. Using three models of school-university partnership, we will encourage participants to think about how partnerships can be used as a spring-board to a productive and practical research culture.


Professor Kate Wall
phone +44 (0)141 444 8067

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